After an instant hit of the first season, the dark comedy, Dead To Me is coming back with a third season. With its instant success and global appreciation, the second season of the dark comedy was renewed for a new season. Within a month of the release of the first season preparations for the second season were being made. The global appreciation and love had fuelled the spirits of the producers.
Shooting Of The New Season Had Begun Almost Immediately
Since the instant and immediate renewal and work upon the new season, fans are eagerly waiting. The first season had been aired on Netflix in May 2019. According to reports, the new season’s shooting began almost immediately, probably in the month of June 2019.
Nonetheless, the shooting for the new season ended in December 2019. Hence fans can definitely expect the new season to be aired anytime in 2020 itself. Most speculations believe that it will be launched in the summer of 2020.
Nonetheless the lead actresses of the show, who had done immense justice to their character, Jen and Judy will surely step back in their previous roles. Fans are eagerly waiting for their favourite Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini to have fun and explore more in the dark comedy.
In the first season both the women had become fast friends. They were acquainted with each other only in the grief counselling seminar.
The Other Cast Members Who Will Surely Re-Appear In The New Season
Other cast members who are expected to be present are Max Jenkins, Luke Roessler and Sam McCarthy. Meanwhile, these actors are expected to step into their previous roles in season 1. However, James Marsden returns as Steve would probably not be seen anymore in this new season.
Dead To Me Can Take An Entirely Unexpected Turn
Nonetheless, there has been no trailers of the season. Fans are yet to get a glimpse of their favourite dark comedy. Inspire of all the speculations and theories fans should expect the unexpected. As a dark comedy, Dead to Me, will explore new areas and can go in an unexpected direction.